Virtual Conference participation ALT Annual Conference 2017:Beyond islands of innovation – how Learning Technology became the new norm(al) The 2017 Annual Conference is running next week, 5 – 7 September, with over 450 participants and more than 200 sessions over three days. Conference website: https://altc.alt.ac.uk/2017/ Conference news: https://altc.alt.ac.uk/2017/news/ Interactive programme: http://go.alt.ac.uk/altc_prog Online participation: keynotes and… Read more » about Engage with ALT online….ALT Annual Conference 2017:Beyond islands of innovation – how Learning Technology became the new norm(al)
iInnovate: Scaling innovation from the individual to the institution
Further to Debbie Holley’s post about the acceptance of an abstract for the ALT-C conference in Liverpool in September, we have just had a second submission approved. This second abstract focuses on the iInnovate initiative and reports on institution-wide innovation and the sharing of best practice. ==== A significant issue for HEIs is how to… Read more » about iInnovate: Scaling innovation from the individual to the institution
Developing Staff Further: The additional benefits of a TEL Toolkit
Colleagues, delighted to report that our abstract for the prestigious Association of Learning Technologists has been accepted – there has been significant interest in the BU work in this area, led by David Biggins, previously a CEL theme leader and now one of our Academic Learning Advisors working on Brightspace, our new VLE ==== Developing… Read more » about Developing Staff Further: The additional benefits of a TEL Toolkit
The 12 apps of Christmas! a mini MOOC challenge!
Aplogies for cross posting Have you ever thought about taking part in a MOOC but were worried it would take too much of your time? Are you interested in exploring which free mobile apps could help you in your teaching or supporting your students? Would you like to take part in a fun,… Read more » about The 12 apps of Christmas! a mini MOOC challenge!